The Let's Dance Team

 The studio has been operating for Sixteen years and we have many singles and couples who have been with us since the beginning and love it. Our class has recently moved to Nundah Memorial Hall 1A Bage Street Nundah, parking via Primrose Lane.  This is a lovely Heritage Listed Hall built in the early 1950's.  Tall ceilings, sprung timber floors and the many windows and doors which ensure good ventalitation for dancing. There is plenty of off street parking with the entrance via Boyd Road.Brisbane, Brisbane

 The atmosphere is friendly and when Covid restrictions are lifted every one will be able to return to mixing together and helping one another and enjoying the social atmosphere including monthly supper nights.

 

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      Trisha commenced dancing at sixteen years of age, and competed with her husband for many years at both amateur and professional level. 


Trisha owns the studio and loves teaching at all levels from beginners to advanced.    

    Jan_2.jpg          Jan is also a professional teacher competed with her husband Laurie for years and before turning professional in 1989 

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Narelle will greet you at the door 

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Val, Chantelle, Sheena, Elaine, Sue 

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Trish 

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Noeline

The staff, volunteer on Tuesday nights to help during the night and have a mixture of skill levels.

Some have gone all the way to Oscar level, some are professional teachers, others have years of experience both at competition and social level.

What they all have in common is a real love of dancing and the wish to help others find that same enjoyment.    

 

 They all wear a small Gold Badge so just approach one of them if you need help 

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Tony

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Chris

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Alan & Rick

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Richard

 

 

 All the dances taught are danced around the various Brisbane studios and venues so there is plenty of opportunity to practice all those lovely moves.The dances we teach are Waltz, Quickstep, Rumba, Cha Cha, Tango, Samba, Jive, Foxtrot (and many more) in New Vogue Sequence.


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